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I am a year-old woman who has been with my boyfriend for two years. I would call it a stable, fulfilling, and kinky relationship. Eight years ago, I was raped. I have had counselling, but I am still sometimes troubled by nightmares and flashbacks. My boyfriend knows this. Lately, though, he has expressed a desire to explore rape scenarios. His ideal setup would be to obtain my consent in advance. I told him that and, as this is the only time I have flat-out refused to even try one of his ideas, I hoped that would be the end of it.
Am I really being out of line for not giving in to him on this issue, and telling him that continued pressure for this would end our relationship? We all have a right to expect emotional support from our partners, but our partners have a right to expect that we will be able to meet their reasonable sexual needs. You did all the right things after you were raped, NHB. You are, however, suffering from some common aftereffects of sexual trauma—nightmares, flashbacks—that you do not have to apologize for and that he has to be considerate of.
And considering your history—and considering that your boyfriend knew about your history going into this relationship—ruling out rape play is perfectly reasonable on your part and should have been expected on his. First, no safe word? No way for you to call a stop to it? What if he decides to rape you when you have the flu? Or when your parents are in the next room? Just say no. Second, the pressure. His unwillingness to drop this, NHB, suggests a desire on his part to traumatize you for real, not for pretend.
You were mistaken. So I broke up with my girlfriend, but now Nancy is unwilling to date me. I think she just enjoys having control over me. Nancy is also the only girl I get to indulge my foot fantasies with. But resolve to see her differently. Use her right back: get your foot fantasies indulged, enjoy the thrill of being humiliated, then go home and beat off.
And resolve to go to college far, far away from this Nancy person and never speak to her again. My husband and I were married in a beautiful ceremony a few weeks ago. How do we deal with this situation? Your only choice now is to get out in front of this, FTM. Plus, bi siblings come out, straight guy experiments with trans sex workers, and a closeted pec lover. A couple that met on FetLife and fell in love is now facing difficulties over porn, sexual secrets, and cuckolding.
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